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Eurozone’s largest bank sued over fossil fuel lending
Three environmental groups are suing the eurozone’s largest bank over its loans to oil and gas companies.
Iran and Russia link banks to evade Western sanctions
Iran and Russia have strengthened ties following Russia's invasion, including on military cooperation.
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In low spirits because of high prices? Here are some tips to track your expenses and stick to your budget.
Danske Bank fined €470m over international money laundering scandal
The Danish bank had already admitted to defrauding US-based banks in a multi-billion-dollar scheme to gain access to the US financial system.
Which global bank is cutting financing for new oil and gas fields?
Campaigners say the decision sets a "minimum level of ambition for all banks committed to net-zero."
Why do central banks raise interest rates to curb inflation?
Banks hope that if borrowing money becomes more expensive, consumer demand will fall, bringing down prices along the way.
EU pushes for banks to offer instant payments at no extra cost
Brussels says the move will make the European economy more efficient and bring savings for businesses and customers alike.
How Spain's older generation are becoming the new high achievers
Spain has the sixth highest life expectancy in the world, after Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, Switzerland and Singapore, according to figures from the World Population Review published this year.
Lithuanian woman jailed for laundering €4 billion through Danske Bank
The 29.5 billion kroner laundered through the bank's Estonian branch is the largest amount in such a case, prosecutors say.
Russia is considering allowing crypto for international payments
As Western sanctions begin to bite, Russia is considering allowing crypto for international payments.
German offices of Morgan Stanley searched in tax fraud investigation
Prosecutors said the raids were in connection with the "cum-ex" tax evasion scandal.
How is Europe preparing for cyberattacks?
Contingency plans are being drawn up and scenarios tested to see how Europe could withstand any cyberattacks amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Ukraine crisis: How bank sanctions are only scratching the surface
For now, banking sanctions imposed by the US, the EU, and Britain will have only a minimal impact. The hardest measures are yet to come.
Which UK bank is cutting out oil and gas from its loan portfolio?
Total lending to the sector now makes up just 0.7% of its loan book.
You can now do your banking in the metaverse with crypto and NFTs
In JP Morgan’s virtual lounge, you can buy land with NFTs and cryptos and meet a tiger.
Ukraine's defence ministry and two banks targeted in cyberattack
Kyiv has appeared to point the finger of blame at Moscow.
Jens Stoltenberg to become next governor of Norway's central bank
The NATO Secretary-General is set to take over the role in December.
'I'm old, not stupid': Spain's elderly criticise online banking
For some, making a deposit, withdrawing money, or paying taxes has become a headache.
Credit Suisse chairman resigns after alleged COVID breaches
Antonio Horta-Osorio has quit following an internal investigation, saying 'a number of my personal actions have led to difficulties for the bank'.